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Nach dem 100-Dollar-Notebook das 300-Dollar-Haus
« on: October 05, 2011, 02:19:17 PM »

Leben im Pappkarton? Für Viele ein Traum, denn sie haben nicht mal einen Pappkarton. Was kann man in so einem Leben noch erwarten, tief unten am Ende der sozialen Weltskala, wo Einem selbst der Platz unter einer Brücke genommen wird?

In Deutschland ist eine Stadt der Wegbereiter des christlichen Nächstliebens: der Platz unter der Brücke wird mit großem Geldeinsatz zu einer Regenpfütze vertieft, die Schlafsuchenden obendrein mit einem starken Metallgitterzaun ausgesperrt. "Arme? HIER NICHT!"

Ratzinger, ein bewußt deutscher Papst, der dieser Tage dem deutschen Bundestag die Aufwartung seiner zurückhaltend "einige Gedanken über die Grundlagen des freiheitlichen Rechtsstaats" genannten Ordres machte, die in Frage zu stellen Gottes Lästerung ist, ist der Herr der Ethik, der Werteskala, nach der sich die Menschen zu richten haben.

Der Mann ist reich, er hat alles, ihm fehlt nichts. Er ist Heerführer, er befehligt eine Armee von 1 Milliarde Menschen per wöchentlichem Bulletins seiner lokalen Unterjochungsapparazis. Eine Stellungnahme von ihm zur neuen deutschen Ethik des Brückenunterbauens? Keine. Vielleicht liegt das daran, daß er der Herr der Armen im Geiste ist, dem das Geldeintreiben, nicht das Elend der Armen zu lindern Herrschafts- und Geschäftsmodell ist.


Kann denn Schlafen Sünde sein?

"Wherever I lay my hat, that's my home."

Wenn man einen Hut hat...

Wie wäre es mit einem Dach über dem Kopf? Nicht nur ein Hut, sondern ein ganzes Dach? Nach dem Notebook für 100 Dollar, das die Armen noch immer nicht erreicht hat, dessen Auswirkungen jedoch den Industriestaaten eine Flut von preiswerten Mikrocomputern als ubiquitärem Must-Have bescherte, ein Haus für, sagen wir, 300 Dollar.

Die Wahrscheinlichkeit, daß die Yuppies und Suppies ständig ein aufblasbares Einmannzelt mit sich herumtragen, dürfte nicht groß sein. Faulheit oblige. Wird das 300-Dollar-Haus wirklich bei den Bedürftigen ankommen? Wird es sie erreichen? Wird es sie behausen? Wird es ihr Schutz gegen das Wetter sein? Wird es ihr ZUHAUSE sein?  Für ALLE? Wirklich FÜR ALLE?


Die Initative ist gestartet:

http://www.300house.com/

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The 300 Dollar House

NEWS >>

September 20. 2011
Vision Statement: The $300 House Harvard Business Review

September 15. 2011
A $300 House: Fact or fiction? HousingRevolution

September 15. 2011
VK Shashikumar joins the $300 House as an advisor.

September 12. 2011
Stephan Butler joins the $300 House as an advisor.

September 10. 2011
Nitin Sharma, Shourin Roy and Kyle Elllicott join the $300 House as advisors.

September 3. 2011
Dartmouth Team to Visit Haiti

August 18. 2011
La vuoi una casa per 200 euro? L'espresso

August 18. 2011
Likeonomics: How To Make Your Brand More Believable Fast Company

August 1. 2011
Eric Ho (Architecture Commons) joins the $300 House as an advisor.

July 26. 2011
Hybrid House: Extraordinary Green Home Can be Built for Under $300 Inhabitat

July 18. 2011
The $300 House: Businesses Take Up the Challenge (Harvard Business Review)

July 4. 2011
Salem Avan joins the $300 House as an advisor.

June 30. 2011
Kate Bulkley joins the $300 House as an advisor.

June 28. 2011

Eric Ho (a winner of the $300 House challenge) discusses the idea on CNN

June 27. 2011
Praise and Criticism of the $300 House Master of International Cooperation Sustainable Emergency Architecture

June 26. 2011
$300 home is not just viable but also profitable Hindustan Times

June 26. 2011
Harvey Lacey joins the $300 House as an advisor.

June 25. 2011
Owen Geiger (GRISB.org) joins the $300 House as advisor.

June 24. 2011
The £197 'nano house' designed to solve India's slum housing Telegraph

June 24. 2011
M & M win award for $300 Home Times of India

June 23. 2011
Activate 2011: Technology powered by people Guardian

June 23. 2011
Nano home at $300? Mahindras tap Harvard dons Hindustan Times

June 22. 2011
 Christian speaks at Activate 2011 about the $300 house (video).



June 21. 2011
Six Designs For Houses That Cost Just $300 To Build Fast Company

June 19. 2011
Contest seeks ideas for $300 houses to shelter world's poor Gizmag

June 18. 2011
A home in Mumbai for $300? Why not, says NRI DNA

June 16. 2011
 Inspiration - The $300 House


 June 15. 2011
The Winners of the $300 House Open Design Challenge Congratulations!

June 7. 2011
The $300 House: A Hands-On Approach to a Wicked Problem (Harvard Business Review) our rebuttal to the NY Times Op-Ed.

June 3. 2011
$300 slum house? Worthy but worthless (The Berkely Blog).

May 31. 2011
Hands Off Our Houses (New York Times) Op-Ed challenges the $300 House.

May 23. 2011
Stacey Lawson (CET, UC Berkeley) joins the $300 House as an advisor.

May 23. 2011
Erich Habian (Wienerberger) joins the $300 House as an advisor.

May 20. 2011
Roland Merten (BASF) joins the $300 House as an advisor.

May 16. 2011
Helen Walters (Doblin) joins the $300 House as an advisor and judge.

May 15. 2011
Larry Keeley (Doblin) joins the $300 House as an advisor.

May 15. 2011
Madhav Chavan (Pratham) joins the $300 House as an advisor.

May 12. 2011
Ophelia Dahl (Partners In Health) joins the $300 House as an advisor and judge.

May 12. 2011
Patrice Nevil (Zanmi Lasante) joins the $300 House as an advisor and judge.

May 12. 2011
Paul Miller a.k.a. D.J. Spooky joins the $300 House as an advisor.

May 10. 2011
Google SketchUp on the $300 House >>

May 5. 2011
How to house the world's poor: The $300 house of ideas Globe and Mail >>

May 3. 2011
What a $300 House Teaches Us About Big Business
Technorati >>

May 3. 2011
INTERVIEW with Christian Sarkar Guardian >>


May 2. 2011
Can a $300 House Save 2 Billion People Living in Poverty? [PICS] Mashable >>

May 1. 2011
 The BBC interviews VG:
 
 [click to play]

April 28. 2011
The $300 House in The Economist  >>



April 20. 2011
$300 House Open Design Challenge launched!

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April 14. 2011
Valeria Budinich joins the $300 House as an advisor.

April 10. 2011
Rahul Mehrotra joins the $300 House as a judge and advisor.

April 9. 2011
Jack Wilson joins the $300 House as an advisor.

 April 8. 2011
Bastian Unterberg joins the $300 House as an advisor.

April 7. 2011
Paul Newman joins the $300 House as an advisor.

April 6. 2011
Yves Behar joins the $300 House as a judge for the design challenge.

April 5. 2011
Daniel Johnson joins the $300 House as a judge and advisor.

March 26. 2011
Michael Gordon joins the $300 House as an advisor.

March 25. 2011
W. Scott Tew joins the $300 House as an advisor.

March 25. 2011
Javed Matin  joins the $300 House as an advisor.

March 22. 2011
John Bielenberg joins the $300 House as an advisor.

March 20. 2011
Byron Katie  joins the $300 House as an advisor.

March 18. 2011
 Chairul Tanjung, the Chairman of the National Economic Committee of Indonesia, joins the $300 House as an advisor.

March 17. 2011
HBR editor Scott Berinato's slideshow on the $300 House >>

March 15. 2011
Toby Cumberbatch joins the $300 House as an advisor.

March 11. 2011
Paul Polak joins the $300 House as an advisor.

March 8. 2011
VG  discusses the $300 House on HBR video >>

March 3. 2011
Benjamin Linder joins us as an advisor to the $300 House.

March 3. 2011
Dave Cranmer joins us as an advisor to the $300 House.

February 26. 2011
Shaun Abrahamson joins us as an advisor to the $300 House.

February 26. 2011
Derek "Deek" Diedricksen joins us as an advisor to the $300 House.

February 26. 2011
Christina M. Alfonso is now an advisor to the $300 House.

February 23. 2011
John Tammaro is now an advisor to the $300 House.

February 18. 2011
Ryan Henderson is now an advisor to the $300 House.

February 12. 2011
Vinay Gupta joins us an advisor to the $300 House.

February 11. 2011
Makrand Bhoot is now an advisor to the $300 House.

February 11. 2011
Samuel Freeman is now an advisor to the $300 House.

February 10. 2011
US Airways  features the $300 House in its in-flight magazine.

February 8. 2011
 Reggae star David Hinds (Steel Pulse) is now an advisor to the $300 House.

February 2. 2011
David Sands blogs about the $300 House in HBR.

January 28. 2011
Doug Pushard joins the $300 House advisory group.

January 27. 2011
Alex Bogusky introduces COMMON, includes the $300 House!

January 25. 2011
Daniel Klein-Marcuschamer is now an advisor for the $300 House.

January 24. 2011
Christian Blyt joins the $300 House advisory group.

January 24. 2011
 The Co-operation Blog mentions the $300 House.

January 21. 2011
Ramona Albert joins the $300 House advisory group.

January 20. 2011
Kevin Roberts, CEO of Saatchi and Saatchi, gives the $300 House a mention!

January 18. 2011
Rafael Smith is now an advisor for the $300 House.

January 17. 2011
Stuart L. Hart  is now an advisor for the $300 House.

January 17. 2011
Manoj Sinha of Husk Power Systems is now an advisor for the $300 House.

January 14. 2011
Umair Haque is now an advisor for the $300 House.

January 13. 2011
 The $300 House gets a favorable mention in The Economist blog.

January 10. 2011
 Dow Corning CEO + Chairman Stephanie A. Burns blogs about the $300 House on the Harvard Business Review blog

January 07. 2011
 Students at RMCAD.edu to design $300 Houses. [stay tuned!]

January 05. 2011
Harvard Business Review's Scott Berinato is now an official advisor to the $300 House.

January 04. 2011
 3 new advisors: David Sands - the world's leading bamboo architect; Sunil Suri of Menlo Capital Group; and Arun Lal of miloka.com

January 02. 2011
 VG's 2011 Agenda in the Harvard Business Review is our $300 House!      
Congratulations to the winners of the
$300 House Open Design Challenge >>

sponsored by:

partners: jovoto

press release | twitter | Join our Google Group

NOTE:  Stay tuned for prototyping workshop details.
We're speaking to the winners to determine requirements + the best time to hold the event.


The $300 House was first described in a Harvard Business Review blog post by Vijay Govindarajan and Christian Sarkar. Initially, we just wanted to put the idea out there, but now, due to the tremendous response, we've decided to see how far we can go toward making it a reality.
The $300 House in Harvard Business Review:

The $300 House: Businesses Take Up the Challenge
by Vijay Govindarajan and Christian Sarkar
The Challenge
 by Vijay Govindarajan and Christian Sarkar
The Financial Challenge by David A. Smith
The Design Challenge by Bill Gross
The Energy Challenge by Bob Freling
The Co-Creation Challenge by Gaurav Bhalla
The Marketing Challenge by Seth Godin
The Performance Challenge by Doug Smith
The Corporate Challenge by Stephanie Burns
The Sustainability Challenge by David Sands
The Urban Challenge by Sunil Suri
The $300 House: Go, Go, Go!
 by Vijay Govindarajan and Christian Sarkar
The $300 House: A Hands-On Approach to a Wicked Problem by Vijay Govindarajan and Christian Sarkar
VIDEO: VG on Building a $300 House for the Poor
SLIDESHOW: Help us Build a $300 House by Scott Berinato


The $300 House needs you: students and teachers, individuals, universities, institutions, businesses, and governmental agencies - learn how you can participate!

Our goal is to bring together people, institutions, and businesses in a "creation space" to:

 1) turn this idea a reality, and
 2) test it out in the field.

We're building an online collective - with passionate, caring participants who choose to collaborate to make this project a reality across the planet.



In terms of progress, we've just begun:



The following folks are advisors for the project:
Shaun Abrahamson, Colaboratorie Mutopo
Ramona Albert, Albert, Johnson
Christina M. Alfonso
Salem Avan, UN Peacekeeping
Christian Blyt, Emily Carr University
Gaurav Bhalla, Knowledge Kinetics
Scott Berinato, Harvard Business Review
John Seely Brown, Deloitte Center for the Edge
Valeria Budinich, Ashoka
Kate Bulkley, media expert, analyst, and commentator
Stephan Butler
Madhav Chavan, Pratham
Dave Cranmer, Phase 3 Consulting
Ophelia Dahl, Partners In Health
Derek "Deek" Diedricksen, Relaxshacks.com
Kyle Ellicott, Techno-entrepreneur
Samuel Freeman, IXL Center
Bob Freling, Solar Electric Light Fund
Owen Geiger, EarthbagBuilding.com + Geiger Research Institute of Sustainable Building
Michael Gordon, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan
Vijay Govindarajan, Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College
Vinay Gupta, Hexayurt Project
Erich Habian, Wienerberger
John Hagel III, Deloitte Center for the Edge
Umair Haque, Havas Media Lab
Stuart L. Hart, Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University
Ryan Henderson, MyShedPlans.com
David "Dread" Hinds, Steel Pulse
Eric Ho, Architecture Commons
Byron Katie, The Work
Larry Keeley, Doblin
Daniel Johnson, Watershed Studios
Harvey Lacey, Recycled Plastic Block Houses
Benjamin Linder, International Development Design Summit
Daniel Klein-Marcuschamer, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Arun Lal, Miloka.com
Stacey Lawson, Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology, UC Berkeley
Javed Matin
Rahul Mehrotra, RMA Architects
Roland Merten, BASF
Paul Miller a.k.a D.J. Spooky, musician, writer, artist
Fred Murrell, Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design
Patrice Nevil, Zanmi Lasante
Paul Newman, CO-OP Branding
Paul Polak, BoP revolutionary
Doug Pushard, HarvestH20
Shourin Roy
David Sands, Bamboo Living
Nitin Sharma, Dartmouth MBA student 2012 (see report on India)
VK Shashikumar, Three Headed Lion
Manoj Sinha, Husk Power Systems
David Smith, Affordable Housing Institute
Douglas K. Smith, Rapid Results Institute
Rafael Smith, Ubershelter
Andreas Stavropoulos, XS | Land Architects
Sunil Suri, Menlo Capital Group
John Tammaro, KnowledgeLink
W. Scott Tew, Center for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability, Ingersoll Rand
 Chairul Tanjung, Chairman, National Economic Committee of Indonesia
Greg Thomas, Singapore Management University
Bastian Unterberg, Jovoto
Helen Walters, Doblin
Jack Wilson, Dartmouth Studio Art
Christian Sarkar, disruptive fellow in the back

Join the project! [Use the sign-up form at the top-right of this page >>]

Thanks for your interest and support,

Vijay Govindarajan
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From the BLOG >>

» Dartmouth Team to Visit Haiti
03/09/11 06:59
 A group of Dartmouth faculty, graduate students and administrators will be visiting a number of loc..

» Businesses Take Up the $300 House Challenge
19/07/11 17:36
 VG and I are excited to see the TATAs and Mahindra and Mahindras of the world enter the market for ..

» The Mangyan Challenge: A Letter from Ian Fraser
30/06/11 21:42
 Dear $300 House members, I have followed with interest your design contest (even submitted an entry..

» Awaken Mozambique: A letter from Felisberto Tole
27/06/11 08:27
 Felisberto Tole is the team leader in Beira, Mozambique for Awaken Mozambique - an organization fou..

» $300 House: Open Design Challenge Winners
16/06/11 02:08
 What began as a challenge in a blog post on the Harvard Business Review website has resulted in a c..

» Results on June 15
11/06/11 00:33
 The judges for the $300 House Open Design Challenge have requested more time to make their decision..

» Our Rebuttal to the $300 House Op-Ed in the NY Times
10/06/11 13:55
 Have they stopped fact-checking at the New York Times ?  That's the question I asked myself wh..

» A Letter from Jan Honza Tilinger
09/06/11 09:46
 Note: the letter has been slightly edited to make the author's meaning more clear... Christian Afte..

» Part 2. Our Journey
30/05/11 18:44
 For us, the project was more than just that - a project. It was a set of experiences, a journey. Pa..

» Part 1. Business Plan (India)
30/05/11 18:36
 The spring term at Tuck just ended, and with that our assignment to progress the $300 house concept..

» 299 Design Ideas for the $300 House
27/05/11 05:47
 Thanks to everyone for their enthusiasm and support!  VG and I are thrilled to see the creativ..

» Update: The Prototyping Workshop
23/05/11 22:42
 Over the weekend we were surprised to learn that COMMON (via Alex Bogusky) was not going to be host..

» Philip Herlihy's Letter to LEGO
23/05/11 18:49
 The following is part of an exchange between Philip Herlihy (a $300 house supporter) and LEGO: Hi K..

» Defining Our Goal: A response to comments on The Economist article
22/05/11 18:17
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» The Tuck-Haiti Team: Who are we?
10/05/11 13:55
 So, here we are - The original and simple Tuck Haiti Team. From the left - Amith, Pablo, Sam, Jonat..
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Re: Nach dem 100-Dollar-Notebook das 300-Dollar-Haus
« Reply #1 on: May 06, 2015, 12:18:27 AM »

The initiative still exists. But I would not say it flourishes. Blog, yes, but only a few notes, like "- Cholera was brought to Haiti by Nepalese soldiers quartered in a United Nations peacekeeping camp that spilled its waste into a tributary of the Artibonite. Over the past four years, cholera has struck more than 720,000 Haitians and killed almost 9,000."

http://www.300house.com/blog/
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